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G4 Body Kits For Sale!111!

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FINALLY! A G4 BODY KIT! :banana: :chili: :banana: :chili:
Over at Andy's AutoSport, They have a G4 Body kit!
Here are links to the Pics:
:chili: :chili: :chili: :****:

Prices are as follows:
FULL KIT IS ON SALE FOR $699 til the 25th

Goodbye next paycheck!
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WOW!!! :eek: :eek: :eek: :eek:

VERY cool! Congratulations on a sucessful push!

G4 OWNERS ANTE UP! You've clamored, you've whined, you've almost given your first born, it's here and IT'S ON SALE!

Looks pretty good too! :thumb:
I can't wait to see them on member's cars! :smash:
Nope, white urethane. Probably won't have the sheen of your finish, would highly recommend paint.
Originally posted by Xmann01@May 20 2004, 02:26 PM
Damn... you weren't kidding! Its almost exactly the same! :blink:
No, not really. Look at the proportions of the openings in the girille and such, they're half of that fugly Grand Am kit.

Here's what it would look like in white:

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Not too shabby! :smash:
Originally posted by JasonBVHS@May 20 2004, 02:47 PM
Would the side skirts bolt up to a 96-99 taurus. the Sides of the car are the same, and i doubt that the length of the chasis has changed?
You may have to drill a hole here or there, but yeah, they'll fit!
Anybody know what the kit is made out of yet? My g/f's brother just wrecked his factory passenger sideskirt on his '00 SVT 'Tour. :curse: Urethane can be a biatch to paint, but it's not as fragile.
I highly doubt 2,000 people are buying this kit. :rolleyes:
Do it, Dan. I think you'll be pretty happy in knowing you have the very first one. The more i look at it, the cooler I think it looks.
Originally posted by dant98@Jul 12 2004, 08:10 AM
While on one hand nobody should have to "Settle" for a kit, on the other, if a suitable alternative is not present and not under development, choices are limited to:

A> Buy this kit.
B> Keep the stock look
C> Learn how to use fiberglass or Urathane and build your own
Don't forget

D> Fiberglass/Urethane/Dremel modifications to the existing kit.
Way to go Dan! :thumb: Good job on making the paint and prep work part of your budget too.
I, for one, would love to see more pics of this kit and this car!

BTW, welcome to the :tcca:! Stick around, you've definetely come to the right place! :thumb:
That's the one kit! Everybody was trying to find that as a "Mark III" kit. That looks really sharp. :coolgleam:
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